MUNCH was founded on an ethos of using only the freshest ingredients, without preservatives or additives -- the slogan is "Eat No Evil" -- and naturally, their main forte lies in making wholesome, yet awesome, salads. MUNCH does not just stop at salads. On the menu, they also serve all day breakfast, lunch and dinner that includes roasted chickens, fishes, German bratwursts, sandwiches, wraps and rosti etc! continue reading
Opening Hours
Mon - Sun
08:00 - 21:30
Other Info
Restaurant Website
Signature Dishes
Roast Chicken Salad
Review (2)
Level4 2016-05-16
3 Stars only because it's not cheap for a full meal here. But the chicken breast is roasted beautifully! Nice roasted skin in the outside and juicy meat on the inside. Very tasty!!They have many salad choices but my girls opted for:Tuna Pasta - normal niceTricolor Pasta - it's essentially broccoli pesto sauce that contains nuts. But I can taste the strong olive taste, which I don't like. Haha...Broccoli - blanched just enough to retain the gorgeous green colour and seasoned just nice. Young Potato - potato chunks with mayo so it's normal nice. Not a place I'll crave to return to but they do have enjoyable meals here. continue reading
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Level4 2015-02-18
Full Munch Saladsmith & Rotisserie review: http://ivanteh-runningman.blogspot.sg/2015/02/munch-saladsmith-rotisserie.htmlFounded in 2005, Munch Saladsmith & Rotisserie started as a small salad shop, but has since expanded islandwide, gaining a loyal following mostly amongst the young, corporate executives. Promising fresh, wholesome, healthy, yet delicious food, Munch Saladsmith & Rotisserie offers over 60 different types of salads, rotated on a daily basis such that only selected salads are available on a daily basis. Munch Saladsmith & Rotisserie also offers a decent / average brunch, and rotisserie items.Ambience at Munch Saladsmith & Rotisserie for their Paya Lebar outlet is dark, with very low ambient lighting or natural lighting, making the place rather unwelcoming. Most people as a result, order takeaway here. The wooden furniture is modern and semi-comfortable, but the small floor space means tables are spaced tightly. Also, the self-service area lacks napkins / serviettes. Ambience is probably the worst aspect of Munch Saladsmith & Rotisserie.Service at Munch Saladsmith & Rotisserie is half self-service, half service staff assisted. Ordering, payment and collection is done at the counter, but staff help to stack your order on the plate... and with the small size plates used by Munch Saladsmith & Rotisserie, it gives the visual illusion that your plate is piled high and overflowing. The service staff are also pretty helpful and knowledgable when it comes to the daily salad varieties available, they're able to provide basic descriptions of what it's made with.Food at Munch Saladsmith & Rotisserie is decent / average, to above average. I particularly like the freshness and varieties of their salads, most of which are cold salads. Sauces are light, and the overall look and taste is wholesome and rather healthy. Their rotisserie meat and fish items are average to below average, and not that great. But their coffee is pretty good, as it's supplied by Dutch Colony, you get full bodied flavours. Portions are sufficient for 1 person, and prices are comparable to most mid-range cafes, budget about SGD $17 per person for a meal.The Salmon With Roasted Vegetables, Bacon & Mash (SGD $15.90) was hit and miss for me. The Salmon had nice moist fish meat and flaked off delightfully, but the skin was so tough and rubbery, it's almost impossible to cut. The Roasted Vegetables of fresh green, red, yellow bell peppers / capsicum, eggplant, and zucchini were juicy, with hints of sweet and savoury from roasting, pretty good, could be better if it was served warm. The Bacon & Mash has chunky mashed potatoes, infused with the smoky aroma of lean bacon, not too heavy, and not oily. continue reading
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